What’s going on?

By SHARMILA NAIR Another week and a new batch of celebrity news from around the world. Celebrities really know how to stay in the limelight, don’t they?     Motherly advice The last person the world expects to give Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton advice is Snooki … yes, that infamous tiny creature with […]

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Signs of suicide

By CHRISTINA CHIN Two months ago, it was reported that suicide rates were on the rise in Malaysia. Now that statistic might not seem particularly relevant or alarming to most young people, maybe this one will – according to Dr Florance Sinniah, suicide is the second leading cause of death among Malaysians aged 12 […]

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Overcoming depression

By ANGELIN YEOH and KEVIN TAN MOST of us would find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning. We‘d be tempted to just turn off the alarm and go back to sleep. But then reality kicks it and before you know it, you’re getting ready for work or school. For Jasmine […]

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Virtual group hugs

By IAN YEE IF YOU think that youths only use social media to announce what they had had for lunch, or try to bring down a Ugandan warlord by clicking “Like”, think again. While the “slacktivism” debate rages on in the aftermath of Kony 2012, a group of young people has decided to take […]

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